President Trump has had a huge impact on manufacturing in the United States.
Bringing the Jobs and the Factories back is a high priority for President Trump as he works towards our ‘Make America Great Again’ agenda.
Manufacturers were lining up to make commitments to expand and bring back factories to the United States as soon as President Trump won the election.
Alibaba’s Jack Ma is a perfect example of this as he promised to bring ‘One Million U.S. Jobs’ to America. Forbes has recently reported that he is following through on this commitment.
The Institute for Supply Management put out this graphic showing that U.S. Factories are expanding at the fastest pace in 13 years:
This due to the fact that President Trump has cut so many job killing regulations and business owners know that Tax Cuts are on the way.
In addition to Factories expanding a breakneck pace, Consumer Sentiment is also at a 13 year high.
When the fake news media posts their obligatory article to document these numbers they make no mention of President Trump whatsoever. You certainly won’t see them reported on your nightly news Television program. While everyone has grown accustomed to seeing this kind of negative bias, the ‘news media’ organizations should be ashamed of themselves.
So to pretend like Donald Trump doesn’t have anything to do with the rise in manufacturing and factory growth numbers is completely disingenuous or flat out lying.
Corporate Tax Cuts will bring back manufacturing.
When President Trump gave a speech at the Heritage Foundation, he correctly stated “You understand that lower taxes means bigger paychecks, more jobs and stronger growth.”
Bringing the corporate tax to 20% will make the United States more competitive with the rest of the world. There will be no incentive to leave the United States to manufacture your products anymore.
The Senate has finally stopped obstructing the will of the American people, at least for the moment, and passed the 2018 budget.
This has cleared the path for Tax Reform to pass with a simple majority vote, which means the Democrats cannot stop it with their votes alone. If Republicans manage to drop the ball on Tax Reform, now that it only needs 51 votes to pass, they may as well just go home.
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